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Monday 28 April

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  • New marina opens on G&S thisisgloucestershire.co.uk

    A flotilla of boats chugged gently into five acres of new water at the official VIP launch of Gloucestershire's latest marina....

  • Opinion Split Over Towpath Improvements thisischeshire.co.uk

    Locals have branded a £185,000 project to overhaul the canal towpath a waste of money'. Some residents have said Middlewich Vision's plan to rebuild 1.5km of the Middlewich canal towpath should be a job for British Waterways. ...

  • Sweet sounds of charity cruise newburytoday.co.uk

    Barber-shop group 7-in-a-Bar's charity cruise along the canal this week entertained fellow boat users and diners at local pubs. ...


Friday 25 April

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Thursday 24 April

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Wednesday 23 April

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  • Lockkeepers To Lose Homes oxfordmail.net

    Eight Oxfordshire lock-keepers and their families will be forced to find new homes after the Environment Agency announced it plans to sell off or rent out their properties. ...

  • New look Cafe at Caen Hill waterscape.com

    The grand re-opening of the Caen Hill Cafe will take place on 25th March, in good time for the Easter weekend. ...

  • Section 8 boats removed from the River Lee waterscape.com

    British Waterways’ enforcement team removed and destroyed five unlicensed boats at Enfield on the River Lee Navigation and one narrowboat at Bow on the Limehouse Cut, yesterday, following months of work to secure their seizure under Section 8 of the Waterways Act. ...


Tuesday 22 April

Today's news from the web

  • New advisory note for boat owners waterscape.com

    In response to an increase in enquiries from private boat owners interested in offering their craft for hire, British Waterways has published an advisory note to licence holders covering considerations such as safety and public liability, as well as setting out additional regulations that hire boat operators are required to comply with. ...

  • British Waterways creates Waterway Standards Advisory Panel waterscape.com

    Following the introduction of a measurable set of customer service and safety standards at the start of April, British Waterways (BW) is drawing up proposals for a panel of trade, consumer and BW representatives to help monitor and further develop its standards in the future. ...

  • More British Waterways workboats to go under the hammer waterscape.com

    British Waterways (BW) has been auctioning off a number of ‘redundant’ workboats to new homes, as part of the phased introduction of new ‘modular’ workboats. ...

  • BW moorings tender trial waterscape.com

    Formal consultation on the British Waterways (BW) moorings tender trial is to begin in the second half of May, and will cover a range of options for allocating vacancies and for re-pricing moorings on renewal of the contract. ...

  • New contractors to undertake London and South East canal maintenance waterscape.com

    An initial three-year contract to undertake canal maintenance and minor works across British Waterways’ (BW) London and South East business units, has been awarded to Fountains Plc following a tendering process. ...


Monday 21 April

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  • The Mon & Brec six months on waterscape.com

    British Waterways have reported that canal repairs are progressing well on the Monmouthshire & Brecon Canal and it is business as usual on much of the waterway. ...

  • Developments in Sustrans bridge over River Thames waterscape.com

    Sustainable transport charity, Sustrans has recently announced the latest stage in its progress towards developing proposals for London’s first bridge dedicated to walking and cycling over the River Thames. ...

  • Historic canalside chimneys restored countytimes.co.uk

    Major building works to restore and conserve the historic limeworks at Llanymynech have now been completed. ...

  • BW-backed hotel to open in Lincoln thisislincolnshire.co.uk

    A new hotel will be built on Lincoln's Brayford Wharf North, despite protests from conservationists saying it will block out views of the cathedral. ...


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